Florida Singing Sons is a music education and performance organization with a long tradition of music education and vocal training for third grade through high school boys. Performances and community events provide local, national, and international audiences a very high level of music artistry.
Support of Florida Singing Sons comes through public, private, corporate and foundation funding, ticket revenue and tuition. Florida Singing Sons was founded in Fort Lauderdale in 1975. The choir consists of boys, ages eight through eighteen who are audition from throughout Broward County. Boys who are accepted into the program are rigorously prepared through a multi-level music education program for participation in one of the four choirs: Training Choir, Residence Choir, Concert Choir, and 2nd Generation Singers (changed voices).
Florida Singing Sons perform a wide variety of choral literature, from classical masterworks to Broadway favorites. Concerts include secular and sacred choral classics as well as selections from opera, operetta, folk music, and musical theater. Collaborative work with local arts organizations include:
- Miami Bach Festival
- Florida Grand Opera
- Gold Coast Opera
- Florida Philharmonic Orchestra
- Palm Beach Youth Orchestra
- New World Symphony
- Symphony of the Americas
- Anglican Chorale
- New World School of the Arts
- Girl Choir of South Florida
- Lynn University Conservatory Orchestra
- Frost Chorale
- Master Chorale of South Florida
- All Saints Liturgical Choir
- First Presbyterian Church, Pompano Beach (Pink Church)
The upper level choir tour nationally and internationally in alternating years where they perform in notable concert halls and churches.